Session: Feeling stressed at work? Strategies to prevent burn-out and stay engaged.
Our work life often brings sleepless nights, non-stop worry, feeling tired and lacking energy. Trying to meet work demands leaves us feeling frustrated, overwhelmed and exhausted. Over time, this leads to burnout which proves expensive for yourself and your organization. Damaged health affects your productivity and the bottom line. How can we solve the problem of energy running out? And better cope with the pressure, demands and expectations of our professional lives?
There are many symptoms of impending burnout, for example, sleep issues, worrying, feeling undervalued at work. Some employees doubt their effectiveness and competence. These symptoms often stem from work overload, insufficient reward, and conflicting values among others. Addressing the root causes head-on helps us gain energy, think clearer, and become more committed and engaged at work. Burnout and the factors that cause it are systemic and organizations should address them at an institutional level. But there are also concrete strategies every employee and people manager can use.
There are real and practical strategies to help you move from "getting by" to feeling engaged and committed. Strategies that work bottom up and top down. Join Dr. Nicole Tschierske, coach and certified Professional of Positive Psychology, to expand your thinking beyond sleep, exercise and nutrition.
- What are the key factors that either lead to burnout or drive engagement?
- How can you make smart, informed choices and take clear steps to take control and look after yourself?
- Which leadership strategies can people managers use to support employees, when work demands are high?
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Bio: Nicole Tschierske
Dr. Nicole Tschierske, certified Professional of Positive Psychology, is a coach who helps women in science and tech get noticed and recognised in their company so they set themselves up for bigger opportunities. Her clients have WOW-ed senior executives and been promoted within a few months of working with her.